Honda's new Jazz hatch was given an official debut last month, revealing the new light car bound for our shores in the coming year.
Now, new brochure images have surfaced online, offering a first look at the work of specialist Honda tuner Mugen with the new Jazz.
As you'd expect, the Mugen-enhanced Jazz wears a more aggressive body-kit, with a custom grille design, larger openings in the bumpers, side skirts and new sports wheels.
In the cabin you'll find the usual assortment of sports tweaks, including new seats, new gauges, special accents and aluminium pedals.
Mugen will offer S and RS versions of its Jazz package, and while details are still to be confirmed, it is believed enhancements will be limited to styling and handling features.
The Mugen-tweaked Jazz is expected to debut at November's Tokyo Motor Show.
As for the regular 2014 Jazz, power is provided by a new 1.5 litre four-cylinder Atkinson-cycle engine, mated to a Sport Hybrid seven-speed dual-clutch auto with a high-output electric motor and Intelligent Power Unit, replacing the current model's Integrated Motor Assist system.
Honda says the package is good for 100kW and 182Nm or torque, again bettering the 72kW and 167Nm figures of the current model.